click tracking

(14) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Charlton

Find the best Charlton Anthropology home tutoring providers with great ratings, reviews and qualifications!


Katrina

Reading comprehension, history, social studies, geography

MY undergraduate degree is in Social/Cultural Anthropology. I teach multiple history classes through the lens of Anthropology, looking at people and the choices they make in creating their societies. This perspective assists students in understanding the cultural norms that develop creating hegemonic groupings. Read more


Carole

Carole G., Writing and Reading tutor, MCAS Preparation

I minored in Anthropology at UMASS. My degree was a BA in developing curriculum for higher education. "Anthropology through Film" acquainted me with different cultures and their mores. I have traveled extensively in Guatemala and lived with the indigenous peoples there. An additional required course concerned the Anasazi Native American. I have studied the potters in the Acoma and San Ildefonso pueblos in Arizona and New Mexico. Read more


Kristi

Instructor for Anthropology and Archaeology

I have obtained both my undergraduate and graduate degree in Anthropology with a strong focus in Archaeology. I have been on a number of archaeological excavations within the U.S. And internationally. I've had some experience presenting at national conferences and providing lectures to incoming visitors at previous jobs. I believe that the skills I have acquired over the years will help me have a great start to becoming a tutor for beginner to intermediate level students. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Julia

Experienced Public Ivy Grad Tutors in Humanities and Science Alike!

I received an 'A' in my Anthropology course during my time at the University of Vermont. Consequentially, I became the professor's teaching assistant in the Anthropology department. I have significant cross-cultural experience. This is due to studying abroad, volunteering abroad, taking courses in undergrad, as well as my current graduate work with African-born HIV/AIDS positive individuals living in the U.S. Read more


Elaine

actively/critically engaging curriculum

I have a BA in anthropology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. I plan on continuing to my Masters in the near future. I am well versed in structural oppression, dominant ideologies, cultural practices, and so much more. I concentrated on cultural anthropology at UMass and hope to continue into public anthropology. Read more


Alexander

Musician Artist by day, Wizard by night

As a student, I have taken three years of anthropology with a focus in sociocultural globalization, and music. My masters degree is in ethnomusicology, which is the anthropology of musical interactions cross-culturally. My favorite authors include: Colin Turnbull (The Forest People), Dean Cycon (Javatrekker), and Karen Miller (Game Sound). I have also spent eight months practicing field work in the analysis of traditional Irish music and dance. Read more


Andrew

Tutor for all subjects at Elementary School Level

I am qualified to tutor in this subject because I have taken several classes in this subject area during my undergraduate career. Although I majored in Sociology, the two fields are very closely related and many of my courses contained Anthropological viewpoints that supplemented and reinforced Sociological concepts. I am very familiar with terminology and theories in the field of Anthropology. Read more


Katina

Patient and Knowledgeable History and Writing Tutor

I have a BA in Anthropology and a CAGS in Heritage Studies (a combination of History and Anthropology research methods). Additionally I have taught Cultural Anthropology and Ethnohistory at the college level. Read more


Faith

Experience, Education, Compassion, & Patience! (plus Ph.D)

I hold a Ph.D. from Brandeis University. In working with the extensive ethnographic interviews and participant-observation data that I collected for that study (over a period of three years) I relied on Anthropological technique and theory. Specifically, my field practice was informed by the work of a number of scholars, from Clifford Geert to the present. Further, in working with and writing about my data, the theoretical backbone of my analysis was Anthropological theory about kin ties and the value (or absence) of blood and genetics in creating a sense of family. Read more


Nicole

Geology, Archaeology, and American History, oh my!

I have been working and researching in the field of American History for over a decade. I have a B.S. in Geology and double majored in History with a focus on American and public history. I lead tours of Salem Maritime NHS and Paul Revere's House in Boston. My M.A. degree in archaeology is focused in Early American material culture from archaeological sites. Read more


Other Locations

Can't find a tutor? Try another subject.